Titel: Managing Globalization: Lessons from China and India
Herausgegeben von Ramkishen S. Rajan, Gillian Hui Lynn Goh, David Anthony Kelly
WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUB CO INC
September 2007 - gebunden - 508 Seiten
Brings together articles by scholars of China and India who share and discuss their research findings in four areas: Challenges, Opportunities and Responses to Globalization; Social Security and Governance; National Security in the age of Globalization; and Ethnicity and Identity in the New World.
Introduction to Managing Globalization: Lessons from China and India (D A Kelly & R S Rajan); Challenges, Opportunities and Responses to Globalization: China in the Global Economy (X-J Zhang); India Globalizing (K Basu); Elephants Can Dance: India's Response to Globalization and the Challenges She Faces (O Goswami); Social Security and Governance: Rebuilding China's Social Safety Net: Why Governance Matters (M-X Pei); Corporate Restructuring and Social Security in State Owned Enterprises: Lessons from China (J C Oi); Indian Pension Reform: A Sustainable and Scalable Approach (A Shah); Globalization, Demographic Transition, and Reform of Social Safety Nets in India (M G Asher & D Vasudevan); National Security in the Age of Globalization: A Dialectic of Multipolarity and Multilateralism: China's Regional Security Practice in the Age of Globalization (X Xu); Facilitating Peaceful Rise: Principles and Practice of China's Security Policy (Q-G Jia); India in the International Order: Challenger and Stabiliser (K P Bajpai); Globalization and India's Changing National Security Strategy (C R Mohan); Ethnicity and Identity in the New World: India's Identity Politics: Then and Now (V Pingle & A Varshney); Identity Politics in an Era of Globalization (P B Mehta); Politics of Identity in Post-Reform China (D A Kelly); International Relations, Ethnic Identity, and Minority Rights in the New Global Economy: The Chinese Diaspora in the United States (L L-C Wang).
David A Kelly took a PhD in East Asian Studies at Sydney University, later holding a Fulbright Fellowship at the University of Chicago (1984). He worked in the Contemporary China Center, Australian National University, and School of Politics, Australian Defence Force Academy, and lived in Beijing from 2000 to 2004. Among his works are Chinese Marxism in the Post Mao Era (1991) and Asian Freedoms: Journeys of an Idea in the Cultural Contexts of East and Southeast Asia (1998). He is a member of the editorial board of Contemporary Chinese Thought. Ramkishen S Rajan is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Public Policy, George Mason University in Virginia, USA. He was previously a Visiting Associate Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, and prior to that he was on the faculty at the School of Economics, University of Adelaide for five years. He has been a frequent consultant to the Asian Development Bank in Manila and the UN-ESCAP in Bangkok and a number of regional think tanks. Professor Rajan specializes in International Economic Policy with particular reference to developing Asia-Pacific. His current specific topics of interest include international capital flows, foreign exchange reserve management, exchange rate regimes and economic regionalism, and he has published extensively in these areas. Gillian H L Goh is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. She completed her doctorate at the University of Western Australia in 2001 and later spent some time at the Department of War Studies, King's College London, as a visiting Research Fellow. She has published in the areas of North Korean nuclear security and the ASEAN method of conflict management, and her current research focus is on the scope for potential cooperation between India and China.